Tag Archives: Isn’t

4 Reasons Your Product Isn’t Selling and What to Do About it

Angela Hausman, PhD July 16, 2020 Photo by Anna Shvets from Pexels As a good product manager, you routinely monitor key metrics that track the performance of your product only to find your product isn’t selling over a period of time. Sure, you didn’t expect product sales to take off like a rocketship (although that … Continue reading 4 Reasons Your Product Isn’t Selling and What to Do About it

Let’s hope COVID-19 isn’t a ‘mass extinction event’ for small businesses

SMBs spend billions annually on digital advertising and marketing services. Greg Sterling on May 26, 2020 Most of the attention surrounding the economic fallout from COVID-19 has focused on job losses — now 38.6 million since March. Census data also indicate that roughly 47% of U.S. households have been impacted by layoffs or salary reductions. … Continue reading Let’s hope COVID-19 isn’t a ‘mass extinction event’ for small businesses

Working From Home Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be – and the COVID Outbreak Will Prove It

Arik Hanson — April 17, 2020 Author’s Disclaimer: I know and fully realize a lot of people have lost–and will lose–their jobs during COVID-19. This is not designed to be a glib discussion, but merely a different take on the “working from home during COVID changes everything” conversation. Over the first four weeks of this … Continue reading Working From Home Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be – and the COVID Outbreak Will Prove It

Business Networking Isn’t Dead – It’s Not Even in Hibernation

Simone Douglas — April 16, 2020 I heard on the grapevine, OK it was someone posting on LinkedIn, that business networking is meant to be dead in the wake of COVID-19 and I was actually stunned that they thought the world had stopped networking. As many of us rapidly find ourselves and our businesses forced … Continue reading Business Networking Isn’t Dead – It’s Not Even in Hibernation

Small agencies brace for impact, but say remote work isn’t slowing them down

Many expect client budget and project changes will have a negative effect on their businesses. Ginny Marvin on March 26, 2020 Small agency leaders are feeling skeptical about the near-term even as they express confidence in their teams’ ability to work remotely amid the coronavirus outbreak. That’s according to a survey of 250 predominantly small … Continue reading Small agencies brace for impact, but say remote work isn’t slowing them down

It’s 2020. Why Isn’t Your SMB Using Video Marketing When It’s the Most Effective Form of Online Marketing? [Study]

Brian Wallace — March 6, 2020 Video creation platform Promo.com invested time talking to hundreds of small businesses (SMBs) to break down their online marketing efforts, including how they create and share videos and how they measure success. The more we know, the less we have to reinvent the marketing wheel and it helps us … Continue reading It’s 2020. Why Isn’t Your SMB Using Video Marketing When It’s the Most Effective Form of Online Marketing? [Study]

Why Activating Employees On Social Media Isn’t As Scary As You Think

Todd Kunsman — December 17, 2019 Follow @OhSoFreshMusic As a stakeholder or leader in your company’s brand, you’ve likely experienced some level of stress about handing off part of your brand management to your employees. It’s easy to see why giving employees access to your brand on social would be scary – you never know … Continue reading Why Activating Employees On Social Media Isn’t As Scary As You Think

Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential

Twilio SendGrid’s annual Global Email Benchmark found that 84% of respondents check their email daily, with some even saying they are addicted to checking email. Jennifer Cannon on December 12, 2019  Email marketing and analytics provider Twilio SendGrid has published its third Global Email Benchmark Report, with a portion of the study dedicated to analyzing … Continue reading Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential